You probably have to turn it on in the DVD menu/settings and set the correct resolution/output. I do believe these will upconvert to 1080P, a resolution your TV may not be able to display. Try 1080i or 720p, these are still HD resolutions. Also length of HDMI cable can be an issue, especially if over 6', while your Xbox may have a stronger signal.
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Your HDMI cable handles both audio and video. If you would like a "one" source output you need to have a reciever that has multiple inputs with one output. You would then put your audio out from your souce device (xbox, tuner,record player...etc.) to the input of the reciever. Every device should have a different input. From there you would just switch your input selection to what you would like to hear. Let me know if you need a bit more guidance and I will get more detailed. The RCA connection (Red and White) are your stereo leads or (left and right) You will need the yellow one for video..it is separate.
Yes you can. If you have more than 1 HDMI sources and your old system only has 1 HDMI in, you may want to invest in an HDMI switch. They are inexpensive (under $20 on Amazon) and let you choose 4 HDMI sources to feed your system. The audio is embedded in HDMI and you may have to select the choices (surround versus stereo) when you play the disc.
all wrong! look at the back of your tv input panel you will see 2 rca jacks labelled audio out use rca cable (stereo) then connect to your audio receiver input labelled tv or any available input like cd vcr ....etc.let me know.
I just finished setting up my system last night and was facing similar problems with sound/video from my PS3. The only option I could get working was to have the HDMI cable connected from the PS3 to the TV and then connect the Optical cable to the receiver for sound. I was under the impression that HDMI handles sound and video but for whatever reason the PS3 does not agree.
I have DTS sound and fantastic picture now through my PS3, hope this helps.
Connect the PS3 to your TV with the hdmi cable and to the surround sound system with a digital optical cable, then set your PS3 to output sound through the optical port (through the sound options menu) and you're good to go!